Side by side on my light table (which collapses with a ‘pop’ when sixteen tons of Nikon is placed on it), and the NEX-7 is given the foreground role to avoid any accusations of using perspective to make it look tiddly. I’m writing some reviews of the Nikon and other new professional DSLRs for the British [...] . . . → Read More: David and Goliath? Nikon D4 dwarfs NEX-7!
The Canon 5D MkIII arrived, but I will not be reporting on that here – it is with me for a British Journal review, and that will take a little time and will also be exclusive to the BJP in print and on iPad App. So no sneak preview anywhere else! However, with the camera came [...] . . . → Read More: Minolta 70-210mm f4 versus Canon 70-200mm f4 L IS
The Alpha 900 offers an unrivalled view through its 100% prism finder. The extra brightness, as well as the size and clarity, make most subjects far easier to photograph well. For some users, however, the full frame camera brings a disadvantage in terms of reach and resolution. You need lenses 50% longer (and thus twice [...] . . . → Read More: Crop or cram? Pixel density versus the big view…
Gustav Kiburg has done an extensive test between these two lenses, posted in a Dyxum.com forum thread: http://www.dyxum.com/dforum/comparision-test-sony-70-400-vsminolta-400mm-f4_topic46212.html It’s well worth checking out. – DK . . . → Read More: Sony 70-400mm vs Minolta 400mm f/4.5
Like Mike Johnston writing in The On-Line Photographer, I’m aware that any attempt to line up one or more cameras and show comparison images or make judgements is on to a loser from the start. And any webmaster who puts an external link in the first half dozen words of a new post is losing [...] . . . → Read More: Sony Alpha 900 and Nikon D3X raw file noise comparison
This set of full size shots was taken with the still life left set up, because the Nikon and Canon cameras were not here at the same time. It compares the A900, 5DMkII and D3X using the converters supplied by the makers – Image Data Converter SR2, Digital Photo Professional, and Capture NX2. Each small [...] . . . → Read More: Studio comparison A900, 5DMkII, D3X